This summer brought reports of 8 new cases of the mosquito-borne disease in Texas and Florida.
The alert includes new information about locally acquired malaria infections.
The prevalence of malaria parasites with validated or candidate resistance markers reached more than 20% in 11 of 16 districts.
The combination of the RTS,S/AS01E vaccine and preventive drugs was superior to the drugs or vaccine alone in preventing the mosquito-borne disease.
The patient, who lives near Washington, DC, was hospitalized and is recovering.
County officials have issued a mosquito-borne illness alert following the detection of 2 local dengue cases.
The Florida Department of Health confirms 1 more local malaria case and 1 more local dengue infection.
The Florida Department of Health reported 2 more local malaria infections, raising its total to 6.
In three pilot-program countries, the vaccine has had a good safety record and substantially reduced severe malaria illnesses and deaths.
HIV was the only cause of disease that rose over time, especially among females and older children and adolescents.